Feverfew
FEVERFEW
ORGANIC AND CONVENTIONAL
Feverfew was used in Roman times but is relatively little known today.
Its essential oil has unique medicinal properties.
Compounds%
tricyclene0.9
α-pinene1,9
α-2,4(10)-thujadiene0,2
camphene14.3
sabinene0.4
β-pinene0.7
para-cymene1.5
limonene1
γ-terpinene0.3
isocyclocytral0.6
camphor49
4-terpineol0.4
α-terpineol0.3
chrysanthenyl acetate21.7
bornyl acetate1.2
isobornyl acetate0.9
β-caryophyllene0.5
trans-β-farnesene1
germacrene D0.9
bornyl angelate0.6
caryophyllene oxide0.3
Total98.6

   INDICATIONS

- Calms red and inflamed skin.
Has been proven more effective than
well-known herbs with similar properties such as Aloe Vera, Chamomille,
Echinacea, and Green Tea.

- Well tolerated by sensitive skin.
- Headaches and migraines.
- Arthritic pain
- Stomach aches
- Fever
- Menstrual problems
   DIRECTIONS

- Use only externally.
- Apply on skin diluted in base (carrier) oil.
- Do not use if pregnant
- Do not use if taking aspirin, migraine medications, high doses of
vitamine E, Gingko Biloba, or calcium.

- With children, use caution and appropriate dosage.
   AVAILABLE IN BOTTLES OF:
 2 ml (1/15 oz) (60 drops)
10 ml (1/3 oz) (300 drops)
2.5 l (2.64 quarts or 2/3 gallons)